everyday magic

weechat-silc moved to github

Posted by bsx 20/02/2011 at 21:27

<p> <p>I have recently moved weechat-silc to github. It is still far from being usable but the code may get more coverage that way. ;)</p><br /> <p><br /> Check it out here:&nbsp;<a href="https://github.com/bsx/weechat-silc">https://github.com/bsx/weechat-silc</a></p></p>

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SILC plugin for Weechat

Posted by bsx 17/07/2010 at 21:55

<p> <p>A while ago I started the somewhat ambitious project of creating a <span class="caps">SILC</span> plugin for the weechat <span class="caps">IRC</span> client. Using the silctoolkit and the weechat plugin <span class="caps">API</span>, both of which are well documented and quite easy to use, i threw togehter a few lines of C code that allow you to connect to a <span class="caps">SILC</span> server, join and talk in channels and have private conversations (with some severe limitations at the moment).</p><br /> <p><br /> Check out the <a href="https://hg.0xcafec0.de/weechat-silc/">code</a> (which is still very early alpha) and <a href="mailto:bsx+silc@0xcafec0.de">contact me</a> if you&#39;re interessted in contributing to this project.</p></p>

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First projects online + SSL

Posted by bsx 04/04/2009 at 18:17

<p>I just created the first projects on 0xCAFEC0DE, VCard and devmagic.</p>

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0xCAFEC0DE - everyday magic

Posted by bsx 29/03/2009 at 10:51

<p>0xCAFEC0DE will deal with (hopefully) interesting code and everything that surrounds it.<br /> Addtionally 0xCAFEC0DE will host all the code i write for Android phones.</p>

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